ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi among other leaders who include Gov. Stephen Sang, Amb. ken Vitisa, Hon. George Aladwa, Hon. Beatrice Adagala, Hon Victor Ijaika, Hon. Patrick Saisi among other guests have attended a funeral service of Kaluhi Swadi, at Musasa village in shiru ward.
The late Kaluhi Swadi was the wife to Kibwareng Ward on an ANC ticket Jackson Swadi.
However during the funeral service, politics took center stage with exchange of words between the ANC leader Musalia and UDA member, GOV. Stephen Sang taking center stage.
On his side, Sang told Musalia on the face that they had supported ODM leader Raila Odinga from 2007 but the outcomes for his quest for Presidency had not been successful.
He urged him to join their camp and that they had decided to take another direction in electing other leaders to the top seat, rather than Odinga.
"Tumetoka na nyinyi watu wa western miaka mingi sana, tuliuza ile ng'ombe tangu 2007. Tukauza ikakwama tukaachia Musalia miaka 20 haipati bei we we wachana nayo.
You cannot do the same thing over and over again expecting different results is a dream.
Kupata kiti ya urais inafaa strategy, lazima upange vitu vizuri." Sang pened.
On the other hand the ANC leader was forced to disclose what President uhuru told them (OKA and Raila) when they were in Mombasa and Nairobi.
"Gavana Sang nataka kukwambia mimi natafuta kiti cha urais, najua ulitaka ujue Uhuru alisema nini Mombasa na alisema nini akiwa Nairobi. Najua mawakili wanaenda kando kando na maswali ndio wakushike kwa mtego. Mimi sikuingia kwa mtego na Rais hakushurutisha mtu yeyote kusupport mtu fulani." Musalia has told the UDA member.
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